Team USA’s Todd Harrity broke in to the world’s top fifty for the first time in his career at world No. 49, while Olivia Blatchford reached a career-high ranking of world No. 28 in March.
The twenty-five-year-old U.S. champion played in two $15, 000 PSA tournaments in February, which bolstered his ranking from a previous career-high of No. 52 in January and February.
The Princeton graduate reached the quarterfinals of the Oregon Open, before reaching his sixth-career PSA final in the Cactus Classic.
Harrity remains the highest ranked male player on Team USA. Chris Gordon rose one position from No. 59 to world No. 58, and Chris Hanson rose two positions from No. 75 to No. 73.
On the women’s side, Blatchford topped her previous career high of No. 32 achieved in October 2011.
Blatchford made an outstanding run to the $50, 000 Cleveland Classic quarterfinals as a qualifier, which propelled the twenty-three-year old to No. 28.
Amanda Sobhy continues her status in the world’s top ten, maintaining her career-high ranking of No. 7.
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